If The Smiths debut album “The Smiths” only sparked a spark of interest, then the second album of the band “Meat Is Murder” really created a subculture.
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the release of the album, we recall ten albums that simply could not have been without this legendary creation of The Smiths.
The Stone Roses – “The Stone Roses”
Madchester would probably have happened without the “Meat Is Murder” (after all, it’s largely due to ecstasy), but it would have been much more boring. John Squire thanks Johnny Marr for guitar freaks and vibble wobbles on “How Soon Is Now?” on the American release of “Meat Is Murder” – inspiration Continue reading
Actually, we wanted to write about the “asshole from the working class,” but the quote above is more shocking.
After the meeting of Daniel Koch with the musician, the realization came: Noel Gallagher is a damn sweet guy, and not at all a boisterous asshole, as many people used to see him. He only pretends to be that way and it gives him a lot of pleasure.
A conversation with Noel Gallagher is very difficult to reflect in writing. Not because this person has nothing to say – on the contrary: he cuts one caustic official statement after another, you can immediately give it to the press. But the first problem arises already in translation: the use of the words “fuck, fuckin ‘, Continue reading
Marina Lambrini Diamandis worships reckless front-women from indie and rock groups, and she makes pop music herself.
While in 2012 she adhered to the image of an extravagant bubblegum princess, on “Froot” she shows her talent as a songwriter and creates a whole garden of electronic music, where, however, there is an entrance to guitars. Lena Ackermann met with Diamandis in Berlin.
Anyone who dives deeper into the world of Marina And The Diamonds from the Froot album will end up in a fluorescent orchard, where instead of Granny Smith apples grow cherries from the One-armed Bandit. In the title track of the album, Marina brings out sweet-voiced trills like “Frohohohot”, turning into flirty “Lalalalala”. In the text of the song, she drops a couple of octaves below and sings with the Continue reading